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More Djawal-Idi stories / [illustrations by Neil Carter... et al.]
Bib ID 381645
Format BookBook
Description West Perth : Aboriginal Education Resources Unit, c1982 
39 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. 
Summary

Ten stories previously published in Djawal-Idi magazine. Traditional Aboriginal legends predominately about birds

Ten stories previously published in Djawal-Idi magazine. Traditional Aboriginal legends predominately about birds.

Notes

For children

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Folklore.  |  Stories and motifs - Emu.  |  Stories and motifs - Celestial phenomena.  |  Literature and stories - Story telling and story tellers.  |  Literature and stories - Juvenile.  |  Stories and motifs - Eagles / hawks / crows.  |  Stories and motifs - Snakes.  |  Stories and motifs - Lizards / goannas.  |  Yirramagadu / Roebourne (WA West Pilbara SF50-03)  |  Northern Territory Top End (NT)  |  Jigalong (WA East Pilbara SF51-13)  |  Pipanya / Marble Bar (WA East Pilbara SF50-08)  |  Halls Creek (WA East Kimberley SE52-10)  |  Western Desert (WA SF51, SF52, SG51, SG52)  |  Kununurra (WA East Kimberley SD52-14)  |  Kalgoorlie-Boulder (SE WA Goldfields SH51-09)
Other authors/contributors Carter, Neil  |  Western Australia. Aboriginal Education Resources Unit
Also Titled

Djawal-Idi

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520 |aTen stories previously published in Djawal-Idi magazine. Traditional Aboriginal legends predominately about birds.
521 |aFor children
650 0 |aAboriginal Australians|xFolklore.
650 7 |aStories and motifs - Emu.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aStories and motifs - Celestial phenomena.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aLiterature and stories - Story telling and story tellers.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aLiterature and stories - Juvenile.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aStories and motifs - Eagles / hawks / crows.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aStories and motifs - Snakes.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aStories and motifs - Lizards / goannas.|2aiatsiss
651 7 |aYirramagadu / Roebourne (WA West Pilbara SF50-03)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aNorthern Territory Top End (NT)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aJigalong (WA East Pilbara SF51-13)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aPipanya / Marble Bar (WA East Pilbara SF50-08)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aHalls Creek (WA East Kimberley SE52-10)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aWestern Desert (WA SF51, SF52, SG51, SG52)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aKununurra (WA East Kimberley SD52-14)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aKalgoorlie-Boulder (SE WA Goldfields SH51-09)|2aiatsisp
700 1 |aCarter, Neil.
710 1 |aWestern Australia.|bAboriginal Education Resources Unit.
984 |aANL|cNq 398.20994 M835
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